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Senator Culbtmon. of Texas, that the
Republican party had spent inllltous tu
secure Its victories. Testimony has
developed that the party did receive
? 1.400.000 In 1892. S3.4'<>.000 In UM.
?3.000.000 laj 1?00 and $3.280.000 In 19v?.
That Thomas F. Ryan. Ti action mag?
nate, gave $H j.Oi'O to the Furker cam
palgn of 1904 was the most int?reeling
sidelight on the Psswggdallg slue.
Among the 1904 > .niti ibut ions <o th'
Republicans were. J. Pier-punt llv gan
at Co.. $150,000. and $100.uuo each from
Henry C. Wick atvl G. ?ig? j. UouiJ.
Much testimony waa gi--n ri-gardiiig 1
an alleged collection by 11 H. Harri- I
man of 1240,000 in 1?U4. and another al- j
teged donation of MM. Mi by the
(standard Oil Compan-y. Production ot
alleged duplicate accounts of Tieaaur
er C X Bliss tended to establish botu.
That c. p. Tatt contributed $147,000
to help nominate his ?roilier this year
waa also ahown.
In the pre-convention fights the com?
mittee developed that Senator L*Fol
iette had spent $6$.000, Governor llar
aion, $123.000; Governor Wilson, $208.
tgd; Hpeaker Clark. $45.943. and Repie
?entattve Underwood, $52,000.
The committee found that the tol
Jowing contributions to the Colon?!
Hoofv it cause had been made;
William Flinn, $144.0?0; Dan Hanna, I
$177.000; Fraok .V. M'ltisey. $118,ooO. j
and fjeorke W. Perkins, $123.000.
? "halt'nan ' lapp said to-night that
Ig* Investigation la stayed oniy tem?
porarily and will probably he reauuied
in November, or immediately after
Congress reconvenes in December. i
Expense Statesaeata FUed.
Washington. October 2t>.?Utaiemeata
of campaign expense* reached the cap?
ital to-day by the hundreds to be filed
H fulfilment ol the law. The appli?
cant* for e-ats iu the House of Itei>r;
aentatives clogged ta>S aMttbtaVSgg' ot
the House clerk's ortlcc. Only als
woujd-be Senators have sent the re
ouired ante-election atatrmsiita to tao
aeeretary of the Senat?. Tlu- state
merits will ?>e conaldered lawful, low
ever. If in*:led inj?her- witntn the
t'mt-sd .-later, before midnight %??
Of the Hous' candidates. Represent?
ative G W. FalrcnilJ. Republican, lrom
the Fourth New York District, reportea
S)SaB or the largest sumfc expended- Trie
amount was $2,5'j0. No report from an i
opponent waa recor<l< d Caleb Foaer?, ]
of-lhe Eleventh KaatUCky, Is recirdei !
as having expended |t,ML Represent?
ative Oscar Underwood, Democratic |
l'oor leader, reported an expenditure '
The senatorial candidates' state- j
pionte showed expenditures aa follows. ?
George S. Norrie. Nebraska. Jlttl. Bo-j
Tab. Idaho. $?00: T. J. Walsh. Montana,
$1.:?5; D. W. Hamilton, has, nothln-j. I
William H. Thompson. Kansas, Sl.si'2,
.'oiiii S. Shafroth. Cok-rado. reported
he had beard the Democratic National
4'onimittee had sent $1.000 tu Colorado
tn assist Charles S Thomas and him?
self in their senatorial campa:gr.. hutf
that he >.ad been unable ti verify the
Awards Dasaagea ta Molder nt Dewgh
far Ease of Tbaanb.
[ S-jerlal to The Tlmes-Diepatih J
S>w Tork. October 2??Never again;
would be be able to irio'd hie beautt- I
f ul French pastry into alluring forms. ?
Auguste Boudon told a Jury in the '
Supreme Court to-day. becauae a de- '
fective dough-mixing machine In th?
Plaza Hotel ha-1 amputated his facll?
right thumb. The j-iry. eympathizing
with Ang-uste. awarded him a verdict
of fn.ftfiO In about three minutes He
had ask^d for $1<\000.
rbarged With ReekWea Drtvfng. '
Jemee Wilson, colored, wa* arr??f-'1 ???- '
terday bv Patrolman WMtiork for cruelly
ami re*-k>eee!y driving a h?re?.
Richmond'a largest selection awaits
you at the Boys' Store. Broad
in Norfolk arid double-breasted models,
taMaraal l<> eaaaFlhj in cheviots, worsted*,
iweeds and cassiinere? All the newest
-hades mi blue, Kray and brown.
New O'coat Idea'
lor bu) - fand niitses, tooi. tin- dro?>v con?
ventional modi-Is, as well a* the hnglish
Guard ("oats. Distinctly unusual weaves
and ooJon in chinchilla, im hon-, 'scotch
cheviot*, tweeds, covert cloth and worst?
( oats for ladie
i^jj Mark Cross Glores
TAKES OWN LIFE
' Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Meherrin. Vs.. October 2?.?J. Woo-lle
Uaulding killed kimself at his home
near h~re to-day about nova. Mr.
(lasldlllg was one of the most pros-'
peeems tarmers In this section, as well
M one of the roost prominent men. |
1 or the past four or five years his
health had been very bad and he had
taken various treatments for relief,
hart none seemed to do aiiy good. It is
?vident that be became very despon?
dent over his condition, and taking a
pistol, he walked out in his yard a
few fe-t from his kgeiM and family,
and fired the fatal shot He is sur- I
v?ved by his wife, three sons aud,
Heart beta lessen Its Caste.
; Spet'al to The Timer-Diapatch) .
Washington. October 28.?The 3n
i"estate commerce ? "?mmiaaion to-day.
passed an order requiring the Southern
Railway to pay the Strasburg Steam
Klourlng Mills S617.40 nith interest
from January 1. 1*"?. because of dis-,
Tlmination and overcharge* made by
the road on shipments of wheat going
to the milling oompany from various
points in the Carolinas. Sorna time
ago the Strasburg concern flled a com?
plaint with the commission, alleging
that it was boing overcharge, and the
order made to-day is the result, after
investigation of all the facts in the
LABOR IS AGAINST TAFT
i Oeaaner? la Kdltertel Calls Hiss ?Orts
taaJ layaatetswa Jadse."
I rSpeeial to The Times-Dispatch.]
Washington. October 2J.?The exe
l L-utive council of the American Feder
i ation of Labor adjourned here to-day
I after a ten days' session. The conncll,
met to draft reports to the annual
' convention of the federation which '
will be held In Rochester, beginning*
November 11. It was believed the
council would draft a recommendation
as to which presidential candidate or- :
gaatnod labor should support on elec?
tion day. While no formal statement
was issued in the November issue of
Hie F'-d*ratiouiat. the official organ of
the federation, there is a lengthy edi?
torial written bj President Gompcr>,
winot, discusses the platform declara?
tions of Bee Republican. Democratic
and Bull Moos? parties. The editorial
strongly criticises President Taft's
record on matters of Interest to organ?
ized labor and calls him "the original
injunction judge." The Democratic
House of Representatives is compli?
mented for legislation which Mr. Oom- ,
pers says is distinctly favorable to the '
laboring element of the country. The
editorial states that while both the
Democratic and Progressive platforms
contain specific pledgee favorable to
organised labor, the platform of the
Republican party is either equivocal
or silent on questions in which labor?
ing men are deeply Interested.
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FALLS LIKE HAIL
'Continued from Klrst Hag? i
I force of th.; Turks, concentrated some
itwciity-?ve mlUs below the city.
One Bulgarian brigade SI already Ml
Visa, sixty-two miles east by south
of Adrianopk-, and the lna<l-iu*rtera
wil! be moved south soon.
Towai <t lb.- Constantinople road ?
strong Bnlgar nein? i? moving by
way of I'ravidaju and Cedera. and
atiothet division is driving down the
right bank or the Marltza. Biver.
These troops are pressing through
wooded coum ry and are being fiercely
upposed by Turkish InragalSIS Much
Ol the; BgnUng is with daggers alone,
and ail of it is practically hand to
Should the Bulxarian columns be
able to get iatS touch with each other
Adrianople. will be cut off from the
outside world, and its tall be a matter
The Turks say that their army Is
not yet fully mobilized, and they
promise elfteren I rasMlatS than those
of the recent days of the war when
they can get l*g,ggg men concentrated
In front or Constantinop.o for the de
I Cense of their threatened capital.
At Kuinatiova there was liand-to
? liatid fighting of the fiercest sort over
a fog-hung mountain country. Ser?
vian artillerymen concentrated their
hie on three suuatlroti* of Turkish cav?
alry charging arroag a plain and
literally blew them to pieces.
Prominent on the tiring line was the
crown prince of Servia. who was in
the thickest of the nghtlng.
The losses on both aides were severe.
I The Servian government now claims
that It has In Us possession the entire
! San Jak of Novi bazar.
The St Petersburg correspondent of
the Observer says that he has tbe
! highest authority when he announces
that the Balkan war will be stopped
by the powers in a few weeks.
In all the bourses of Europe a'
crushing defeat of Turkey Is looked
upon as a calamity by the brokers
Fighting- fer Territory.
[Special Cable to The Times-i>ispatch.J ?
London, October K-?"The Balkan
allies are fighting for territory?there's
no use in trying to obscure the issue. '
Chedo Miyatovitch. Servian minister
Iri London, and on* of the ablest ami
best known -diplomats in the Balkans.
I made this statem?git here to-night,
i- "In fact," he continued, "the Balkan
' rulers have already agreed on a dt
I vision. The powers have known all
I about ?t from the first. They don't
' really think they can prevent us from
; profiting by the war. No, we anticipate
; no trouble with Austria"
That the powers are aware the Hal -
' kan states plan a big territorial grab
was borne out by the flurry in diplo?
matic circles at the same time ex
Minister Miyatovitch was glaring out i
his interview. They evidently did not
feel as sure as he professed, however. '
that the division would be attended by
Indeed, the members of the diploma- '
tic coe ps hardly tried to hide their
conviction that the division cannot be
effected- without a clash between Aue
trta and Russia. This explained tne
feverish anxiety they displayed to per- '
suade the Vienna and St. Petersburg
governments to join a compact to set?
tle the Balkan struggle wttnout fur?
ther bloodshed: for if Austria and Rus?
sia come to blows there ig no telling
bow many more powers will be draTwn '
into t he conflict. The best Judges
think none of the big ones can keep
out of it
Keep Liberty ef Aettea.
Austria and Kussia showed no die- 1
position to join such a compact, how
ever. Neither did Germany. The Aus
trians. and Russians, it was said, told
the powers, as it is reported they told
Turkey earlier In the day, that they
preferred to "reserve liberty of action."
Germany, it was understood, expressed
the opinion that Intervention at pres?
ent would be "inopportune."
Oermany s Interests are clone.y
bound up with Austria's, and the con- ,
sensua of opinion Is that the Kaiser,
will stand by bis ally.
Military experts said to-day that I
they considered Adrlanople s fall prae- i
tically certain, probably within a few ?
hours. They gase It as their opinion. '?
too. that this will be a pretty sure'
indication that the allies will win?t
As a result there was a general j
abandonment of the week-end holiday j
by officials of the foreign obices at the |
various capitals and. the wires between I
them were kept hot with anxious noes- ,
What worries the foreign iiUhjsa !
Is that It la plainly going to be Im- i
possible to restore the status quo.
The Balkan allies were told, to Tie.!
aura, that even If tbey won they would j
not be permitted to profit territorially
at Turkey's expense, but It Is clear'
that they Intended entirely to dlsre-.
gard this warning. If they do disre- [
gard It and undertake to carve Euro- 1
pean Turkey up without consulting i
any one tbey will bo surer. If any- i
thing, to start an International con-!
filet than tr the powers forget tbeir'
warning and assist at the earring. It,
is a threatening situation and one '
wh'ch Is causing the chancellories the ?
I abas Is Takes.
rSpecial to The Times-Dlapatch]
Belgrade, October ?The capture
of t'sknp by the Servian and Bulgarian
forces Is confirmed. The town fell
?easy Lewa so SaW?
rSpeclal to The Times-Dlspstch.1
Paris, October 2??I'skup's capture)
by the Servians from tbe Ottoman j
?eat a green
fanBRglty ?tVfffl laVaVl.
Mat \w>mm^^fmw9%9y f ?>?* dBWBTar*aai*aWtBaab #*??
War gg mm. rar
Dr. Hartman Makes Public the Facts
As to What Doctors Think of Peruna
S. B. HARTMAN", M. D.
Of course doctors ttwarrrc about Pe?
runa. the same as they no on all other
subjects. Jt is generally thought that
the doctors are unanimously opposed to
Peruna. It (* well known hat Pernna
has cured a treat many cases after doc
tors have given them up. I hi-. would
naturally excite f initllk 1 or jealousy on
the part of the doctors. Then it is a fact
that the average doctor is opposed to
ready-made medicine-; ol all kind-.. They
know very well if a bottle of medicine is
sold at the drug store that means that
some-'doctor loses a prescription and per?
haps a patient. So they arc generally
opposed to patent medicines, or read> -
made medicines, as they call them.
But ever since Peruna has been sold
I have known of many doctors who are
in iavor of Peruna. Some of them be?
lieve in it secret ly, others openly. All
this time 1 have been receiv.ng letters
from regular practicing physicians offer?
ing to send me testimonials a.-? to the
virtues of Peruna, provided I would pay
them for doing so.
It is nothing unusual that a doctor
should expect pay lor sufh a service.
The manufacturers ol* sb-calleu ethical
preparations advertised in the medical
journals, used by the doctors only, are
in the habit of paying doctors for testi?
monials. If a doctor has found some one
of these proprietary remedies useful and
can write a good, smart article about it,
the manufacturer is perfectly willing to
pay the doctor for this service. So it is
perfectly natural for doctors to write to
me telling me that they know of cases
where Peruna has made marvelous cures,
and are wilong to furnish tne the facts if
I will pay them. _ ..
But I have always refused to pay for
su h a service. I have inavariabiy made
a courteous reply to the do. tor, telling
him it is opposed to my policy and prin?
ciples to pay for testimon.als, either
directly or indirectly. There would be no
trouble at all in my obtaining hundreds
of testimonials from doctors if 1 would
pay the doctors for doing so.
I recently itcchod such a letter from
Kentucky, from ? doctor who says he
has been practicing medicine fur a quar?
ter of a century, and is at present "medi?
cal referee for this county, president of
of the C. & O. railroad, member of he
state medical society and American Medi?
cal Association," and all that. He has
used Peruna and offers to give me a very
remarkable testimonial If I would pay
horn fu doing so. He does not set any
price, but expects me to offer him some?
thing, which, of course, I refused to do.
He said, "I have been afflicted with a sub I
ac ute inflammatory condition of the post-:
nasal space, and of recent years the
larynx has been involved in the catarrhal
process. You Fcruna entirely relieved1
Bat of both conditions, after a compara?
tively short time of using it. To-day I|
im the happiest man alive. Medical men
will hardly believe me when I tell them
that your medicine cured me, but it is a
fact. Nevertheless I had tried for fifteen
years every known means, took treat?
ment at several sanitariums." He is will?
ing to take oath to these statements if
I will make it worth his while to do so.
I It was very gratifying to receive such
a testimonial from a brother physician
and quite a temptation to pay him a
I small sum and allow his letter to be pub?
lished. But I have an undeviating policy
of refus ng to pay any one for a testimo?
nial. Nothing would sooner ead to in?
sincerity and embarrassment than to
offer pay for testimonials. I should be
flooded with testimonials of all sorts, and
in spite of every precaution some of them
I would be untrustworthy. I
' In referring to the doctor's letter I do
not consider hat I am violating the ordi
| nary courtesies and confidences of private
correspondence. I have not made use of
j his name or the town where he resides,
i But I am perfectly willing to communi?
cate the name and address by private
correspondence if any one wishes me to
do so, or submit the letter for examina?
tion to any inquirer who may call at my
office. And I may say the same in ad?
vance of the next letter that 1 am about
to refer to.
Another doctor from North Caro?
lina writes me. He says: "I have a
case under observation now permanently
cured by Peruna that has baffled the
medical profession ever since the disease
was known.' He says, "I have success?
fully cured the case with Peruna and feel
that if the public knew the facts about
the case that it would be a great boon
to the public, as well as the greatest ad?
vertisement ever given any medicine on
the ma ket." He says, ' I can furnish
a sworn statement of the particular case
and give you the greatest ad. for Pe?
runa ever known for any remedy. The
disease cured in this case is regarded be
the profession as incurable. I prescribed
the Peruna royseff and know all the par- j
ticular*.' ;Jhp J p?ffcht. had consulted
leading medical authorities, had taken the |
most modern treatment, and verything
failed, not even obtaining relief. He
had also applied for insurance, and upon
examination was rejected. After taking
the Peruna treatment for a few months
he again applied for insurance, was ex?
amined and accepted. This was one year
ago, and now he is still well." The doc
tor few* on to My. "I await roar earfy
! r ply, and if you place tbe valuation, to
! you on this that I do I am rare the in
j ducement you offer will meet my ap?
proval and I will furnish you with sworn
statement of the case for an advertise?
Now these two letters are only samples
of letters that I have been receiving for
the last twenty-five years from doctors
from all parts of the I'nited States. I
have made no use ol these letters for the
reason that pay was always demanded
and I do not think it is strictly moral to
offer any monetary inducement for pub
I lished testimonials. I have never done
I so and I never shall.
I But incidentally this kind of letter
i proves conclusively that Peruna is a great
Iremedy for catarrhal diseases. No doc?
tor would resort to Perutia unt. 1 after he
had exhausted every other remedy.
When Peruna can assert its value in the
hands of people that are naturally preju?
diced against it. it has proven itself a
Again I wish to say I do not blame
these doctors for expecting me to pay
them. That is the way the regular
ethical manufacturer does, and I have no
j quarrel with it. I am citing these canes
not to disparage the doctors who bare
written these letters, hut rather to show
that doctors in good standing, in spite of
their prejudice against Peruna, scores of
doctors have been convinced of its value
in the treatment of catarrhal diseases.
I am a doctor myself. I have probably
treated more patients than any one doc?
tor in the State in which I live. I doubt
if there are many doctors in the United
States who have treated more cases. 1
have long been convinced that Peruna is
the best remedy obtainable for catarrhal
diseases. 1 have seen thousands, yes
tens of thousands, of people recover from
catarrhal ailments by the use of Peruna.
I cannot believe otherwise than that Pe?
runa is to-day the best remedy that, has
ever been devised for catarrhal diseases.
I am not sure but that I will have my
files searched for similar letters to the
ones I have alluded to, for there are a
great many of them filed away. I may
publish a book containing a large number
of testimonials given me by doctors,
which I have withheld from the public
because I was not willing to pay any mat
for writing a testimonial, however vain
able it might seem to be. Of course I
will not use this booklet for public adver?
tisement, since I have not the doctors'
i consent to do so, but it will be sent
J through the mails to those only who re?
quest it, chiefly to the medical profession.
Pe-ru-na, Man-a-lin and La-cn-pia
manufactured by the Pe-m-ni Company,
Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug stores.
SPECIAL NOTICE.?Many persons
inquire for The Old-time Peruna. They
want the Peruna that their Fathers and
Mothers used to take. The old Peruna
is now called Kataruo. If your dealer
does not keep it for sale write the Katarno
Company, Columbus, Ohio, and they will
tell you all about it.?Advertisement.
troop* to-day, now fully confirmed,
was the heaviest loss the Sultan has
suffered la Western Turkey.
The town itself Is Important and was
strongly fortified and garrisoned. Its
capture cuts the Turks off from rail
communication with the Northwest,
gives the Servians a foothold in the
heart of Albania, will render a conjunc?
tion comparatively easy between them
and the Greeks, advancing from the
sonthward. and. what is perhaps worse
than anything else, is a stunning blow
to Turkish military prestige in still
another large section of the country.
The Montenegrins were still shelling
Scutari at latest accounts, and a Con?
stantinople dispatch admitted that the
At Last a Relief for
"I sewered asset tve rears wtth sea-1
ralala and pals ra tae site. The sola was
as ewers I eouid net sleep I tried Nee.h a '
Llalmeat. and the lest application aasde
sae fee! better theo la many rears."?Mm
Martha A. ?>?-? Richmond. Va
"hty wife suffered Vr several years with '
seoralgta sad tooth?crie fbe seed about
kalf a settle of Nosh's Liniment aad set
Saaanannta relief, t would net fee wlttoot
It Is my heuee at aay cost-'?J g rieber.
Ptolleecsaa. HodaTea S^C.
Why suffer wtth distressing. I
nerve-racking Neuralgia when
Noah'a Liniment Is guaranteed !
to drive thia terror away?
At the first twinge, applied a* 1
Noah's Liniment [
will give immediate aant effectual
relief. _ _ j
It requires no ruhhing, pene?
rrate?, quiets Che nerves and
scatters the I nngiaflou
!*eaa-e LSoeonoo* k> the
?set reaasdy for ahee
meerem *r.<''-?. t.anee
a?ek ???e Jelaat aad
v .? -a Sore *-:>??.
Ce>da ?tfwiaa ?praiaa
c i-? r>- .ir-a rota
' - e - ; e. > -ijro-f a
las afeaeaa sad s 11
lasrss n*ee and Mee
e.e Acfeee ?-1 Pstna
T>? aewo'se kao Vneli'i
A-k ?* e?.^ seekoe*
owt teoas Ike tkat rot.
Pet See Rgr* Seed ea
frer.* af .e-ksre aad
"ueaark i.'niaiisl" p>
wore fa mF.r> iwfc. Ue
m-mrm at fenhneVna seid
?ly or ilea -re ta meet,
etoo. rr . asd t at
? ;t? e -et??eed f ? m^nrr
Twtn**** M \e?h ftvfa
edy Ca ntrkwead. Ua> 1
Turkish authorities themselves said
they expected the town would be
evacuated, affecting to regard it as of
no great importance..
Athena meeaagea said the Greeks
were advancing this afternoon on
Monastlr. a big Turkish military cen?
tre, commercially important and even
better known than Adrianople. If
MonasUr were taken the road would be
open to a still more Important town.
Salonika, a seaport In the centre ul
Turkish tobacco Interests. Against
the Greeks, Servians and the Montene?
grins the Turks have fought, as against
the Bulgarians, bravely though unsuc?
cessfully. The various towns the al?
lies have captured have been gained
only after a series of battles, with!
enormous lose of life.
gen* ta Bat ear Caaagaaraaigli
[Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.}
SenUln, Hungary, October 2S.?There
was much speculation here to-night as
to how long it will be before the Bul?
garians enter Constantinople. That!
they w'*l do so was looked on as a I
foregone conclusion. . j
Army officers said they did not be-1
lieve there would be a serious at- j
tempt made by Czar Ferdinand's forces'
to advance much farther to the south-1
ward until Adrianople la taken, but j
that they will succeed In this very soon >
was predicted confidently.
One more battle Is looked for before j
Constant inopts Is reached, between;
the Bf' ..ans and the Turks under!
Abdullah "asha. Abdullab Is a good,
soldier and bis farce Is a strong one.'
but Its position la not favorable. The'
Bulgarians are at least as strong
numerically, and after the illustration
they have given of their quality and.
the poor showing the Turks have made.;
It was believed there can be but one
end?the overwhelming defeat of the
In the meantime, according to thai
latest advices. Sukta Pasha and the,
remnant of KJrk-KlItsenh garrison,
with erbieh be sncceeded In escaping.'
are en rants to tola Abdullah Paat-a's,
[f?p?eia1 to The Times-IVspatoh. J j
Vienna, t *-tob?r S7.?News that *er- ;
vis has proclaimed the Sanlak of Nov1
bazsr. a Servian province. Which
reached here hate last nisbt. strrr??<l
Austrian olhrlaMom Intensely Xovl
basar t* most especially *hr part of
the Turkey wbW-b aast Ma wanted f->r
tts?U- The general impression is that
t*-rvte's action wllI lead to speedy*"'
teeventlon be Austria, not of a pea.-- .
I naai? Are Haaray.
1 :*r*<-Ui to The Tlmes-Plapsteb I
London. Ortober 5g.?Th. Kela-rada
.-orresr-t..!?-?? of tk? Central N'?wi
save that Uie Servian ioe**s at the bat -
tl~ of Kimanors were kiii?*i and'
I.SO* wouoded. while the Tu-ks lost
? ess in klll'd alone.
;S "Uit?T>"Tl?? l"?;"t, I
nv'M'??? Ortober ri ?K T-irhta* i
t< ? '?-r.-A b>rt:?* o- A? r'*nop>e
r??..?.-? .-???? . ?ftrritnaa, kltliSS .
a n ,mVr of tuen?, arenrging to a dls
p.i.h this mntnlnt fr?m .*oOa P>
peat-d attesnpta Were Sill' te> eboot .
Mm bat b*- ??wraead. and shea last a
P'.n ??< plaPloe; ?artt'esM althlo ??*e ,
T i? Paicarlaaa Were Msttt'mng tbeir ,
? to ? t ' f t'-. rlt> at I ?.t A> . ~ar f'a
and ?'i|>ti? ?t> a heavy *w>wira?e'tro?t>t
ft aas >? sieved they w??11 ??w>r r?n?vr
?1* A-1rrn%-r%' pasitlaii *wt?s?M?
f faaavdal be That Tiste? - r*? natch 1
tymdn*. Ottabr ?- -The grat
?swerves of th* ah MSJh fktrt.
about 80.000 men. have been notified,
from Chatham to be seady to answer
an immediate call to service.
MAIL BOXES GUARDED
[Special Cable te The Times-Dispatch.)
London. October 26.?Police guards
were placed over street mall boxes to?
night to prevent militant Suffragetten
from dropping corrosive acids hat?
them. This is the newest form of scnT
fragette campaigning. It has resulted
In the destruction of immense quanti?
ties of mail, some of it valuable.
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